The market share of Nokia and Samsung have come under increasing pressure in recent months from Indian brands and Chinese brands. Nokia's share came down to 52.2 percent from 64 percent in 2009.
The latest entry to the highly competitive Indian mobile phone market is Aroma Mobiles. It has announced the launch of new dual SIM mobile D110. The new sensation D110 has 1.3 megapixel camera and FM radio with recording. It will also support Bluetooth with A2DP.
The D110 also has video player, voice reorder and GPRS/WAP2.0. The phone comes with pre-loaded Facebook and MSN messenger application. Users can also store upto 1000 contacts. Users can buy Aroma D110 at Rs 2,699.
"India has been one of the fastest-growing markets in the mobile handset industry over the past few years. We, at Aroma, are constantly striving to provide the young, tech savvy individual with a cost effective yet tech superior handset," said Pawan Chadha, Director of Sales, Marketing & Service, Aroma Mobiles.